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Oct 4, 2012 3:00pm EDT
's not 39.6. you have to add the medicare tax, the phase out of the personal exemption and standard deduction. that works out to around 44%. excuse me. >> okay, dpofolks. >> we're not going to get up to 75%. >> on that i agree. >> plus, our corporate tax rate is ten percentage points above that of our international competitors n competitors. that needs to be reduced. >> that was fun to watch. but i thought the last thing we needed was a fourth voice. thank you for joining us today. >> great to be with you. >> bill, i'm sorry about that. >> no. listen, it's a great topic right now. everybody's talking about it today. >> we're in the final stretch. 20 minutes before the closing bell sounds. we have a market holding on to the gains, up 78 points on the industrial average. a lot of people calling it the romney rally, bill. >> yes, they are. coming off the highs, though, right now. is the market on a march to a new all-time high? we're going to ask the ceo of t.d. asset management brian murdoch. he'll be with us in a moment. >>> after the bell, would another disappointing jobs number tom
Oct 1, 2012 3:00pm EDT
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